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Sprayway launch two sleeping bag collections for 2010

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OUTDOOR equipment and clothing manufacturer Sprayway has brought out two collections of sleeping bags for 2010. The Challenger and Comfort ranges are a natural complement to the company’s tents and will help cement Sprayway’s position in the family camping market.

Sprayway’s mainstay is the Challenger range, which is ideal for general purpose camping. A 210 Ripstop outer with a polycotton lining protect these machine washable mummy-style bags. They have a synthetic hollow fibre insulation offset for maximum warmth.

The fill level is approximately 400 - 450g per m2. Other features include a two-way zip that stops just short of the top and is protected with anti snagging webbing and an internal baffle.

For added comfort all designs in the Challenger collection feature a top pocket that can be padded out to create a pillow. Alternatively the interior of the stuff sack is lined with polycotton so it can be turned inside out and used as a pillowcase.

At the foot of the bag there is a small exterior pocket for valuables and inside the foot area is lined with micro-fleece for added warmth and comfort. Challenger bags come in women’s, men’s and junior designs.

The men’s version is 220cm long with three variations. The 450 has a comfort rating of -15 deg C, the 350 has a rating of -7 deg C and the 250 is rated at 0 deg C based on the EN13537 rating test method.

Challenger bags for women are 195cm long, with a slightly wider cut at the hips. Younger campers can jump into either the Junior version at 165cm x 65cm x 40cm, or the Midi version at 125 x 55 x 35cm, both are based on the 350 design.

Prices start at £22 for the Midi, up to £50 for the 450. The Comfort sleeping bags are the ideal choice for families where campers want a sleeping bag with a home-from-home feel.

The rectangular design has a polycotton outer and inner. Its base is filled to 200g per m2 whilst the upper side is filled to 400g, allowing the bag to be turned around to suit nighttime temperatures. For added comfort it can also be fully unzipped and the hood removed. Comfort bags are available in junior, standard single, large single and double sizes.

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